Anonymous, 07 Jun 2009The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 The XPERIA X1 debuted Sony Ericsson’s Panel UI overlay th... moreI think if SE can release this baby quickly, it should be able to take on the likes on the iPhone and Pre. It has the same amount of RAM as both put together and will obviously have a faster CPU (here's hoping for that 1.3Ghz beast).
I buy this mobile since around one month, its great mobile in all the meanings. & best mobile i have ever bought.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 ‘Vulcan’ specs in detail
By Will Park on Sunday, June 7th, 2009 at 10:55 AM PST
In Hottest Hardware, Rumors, Sony Ericsson, Windows Mobile
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2
The XPERIA X1 debuted Sony Ericsson’s Panel UI overlay that did a great job of hiding Windows Mobile’s, uh, shall we say “uninspired” UI. The XPERIA X1 also launched the Swedish-Japanese mobile phone maker’s ultra-high-end XPERIA smartphone brand. The X1 was packed to the gills with high-tech goodies, but the first-generation smartphone cold stand some improvement.
Enter the XPERIA X2.
The next-gen XPERIA is expected to rock a larger touchscreen display and sport a more capable processor and loads of RAM. Here’s what we’re told about the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 (edited for clarity):
8.1-megapixel camera with auto focus, video recording in VGA resolution @ 30fps (MP4 HQ)
3.5-inch WVGA OLED (increased from 3.0-inches on the X1)
3.5 mm headphone jack
Custom Windows Mobile 6.5 (SE engineers customized Win6.5 which runs very. very speedy. on par with iPhone and better in some cases)
XPERIA Panels are modified with plenty of innovative features (PS3 remote play being one of them)
Upgrading to Windows Mobile 7 is supported by Xperia panels
It’s not clear if the new XPERIA X2 will take advantage of the more finger-friendly Windows Mobile 6.5 user interface by using a capacitance-based touchscreen. The larger, 3.5-inch WVGA OLED display already sounds amazing on its own. If Sony Ericsson manages to fit their XPERIA X2 with a capacitance touchscreen to replace the X1’s resistive touchscreen, it may well prove to be the baddest touchscreen on the planet!
As for the rest of the spec-sheet, let’s hope it stands the test of time. The XPERIA X2 could end up taking on the likes of the Palm Pre and the new iPhone. What say you? Pre? iPhone? X2?
anticipating to get x1 somewhere in 2020.that way it would be less costly.
can somebody guide me through this, I want to maximise the volume of my X1 but though the ring volume is set at its highest point, still the volume isin't loud enough ? can i download ny applications to enhance my ring volume or need to ammend any setting ? please help me out in this point guys, i really need it.. thanks
hey.... has the phone been discontinued in India...?? i went to one store.. n they told me that they have removed it from their phone line-up..... ne idea ne one...? the store guy also told me that the phone is not even there in the market..!! is there a new one on the way..?? ne clue... if so then, when?
[deleted post]well its cheap but not good
Xperia X1 is the best phone till now
new (stereo)headset http://www.sonyericsson.com/cw...?lc=en&cc=gb
maybe a clue for the already leaked X2 :)
Dis iz a greit făun.. ai sinc ai laic it veri maci. ai pup you all and hev ă greit dei. Ciampalică from Bucareştii.. sa moară dilibaucea şi cu betmeeen.
The fone is exelent, sound it better than walkman fone and also has a 3.5mm jack and image quality is some of the best
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970htc touch diamond 2 is better.
xperia is also a nice phone. better that htc touch diamond 1. but 5800 sucks.
Davy Jones, 05 Jun 2009Can play Divx Vidoe files on this phone or is there a software can be installed to do so ? yes coreplayer can play all types of video format
Can play Divx Vidoe files on this phone or is there a software can be installed to do so ?
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Couldn't have said it any better myself! This phone is a piece of art and it delivers what it promises! I can't believe how easily people make up lies and believe them. The phone is almost perfect for anyone who knows their way around Windows Mobile, which is a great Operating system by the way, and knows what they are doing. Stop spreading lies and most of all stop believing them.
I did not enjoy my X1 - whilst it was in my posession. I lost it at an amusement park on a very fast ride. I'm greatful to its new owner for forcing me to buy a new phone. I would describe the X1 as one of those dreams that was about to be fantastic!...and then someone(?) wakes you up. The keyboard looked sweet but functioned bitter. My memory serves me better than its camera, and the words to describe some good in it, evade me at the moment. I was pleased in not knowing when it removed itself from my possession, like one leaving before dawn, was yours, no good byes, just vague memories, of an: Almost, intoxicating experience.